SmartScreeningUsers can send a Web page to a central location to determine if someone has marked a particular Web page as "unsafe." The merits of this system are dubious to me.
So the real question is Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 a better Web browser? The jury is still out on that question I think, but I can find no glaring reason to throw it out of my default browser position. IE8 seems to be a capable browser, but it is so similar to IE7 that there is really no catalyst to drive a massive migration.
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